You Know I Was A Criminal – Suspect Exposes Lover For Denying Him Before Police 

Posted on February 13, 2024
A 28-year old lady, Julius Wuraola, who was arrested with her boyfriend, Temitope Oke, for conspiracy and armed robbery, denied her lover, Oke, by telling the Police that she did not know he was a criminal. 
P.M.EXPRESS reports that the lady’s rather shocked lover, Oke, told the Police bluntly that Wuraola knew that he was an armed robbery suspect and that she was also a member of his robbery gang because she knew much of his operations.
The suspects were arrested by the Osun State Police Command for conspiracy and armed robbery and paraded at the Police Headquarters in Osogbo on Monday.
During the parade, Wuraola denied that she did not know what her boyfriend (Temitope Oke), who was the leader of car snatching syndicate, was doing while stating that he told her he was an engineer.
”I didn’t know he was a thief. We dated for five months and he told me that he was an engineer. The day we were apprehended he told me we were travelling, I didn’t know the cars were stolen”, she narrated.
However, Oke countered her and told the Police that Wuraola knew his atrocities, stating that they were arrested after snatching four cars in Osun and were transporting them to Kogi State.
“All of them, including Wura, knew what we were doing. We were arrested while taking the cars to Kogi State.”
The Police Command also apprehended other suspected armed robbers and suspected members of Eiye Confraternity and the exhibits recovered were displayed such as cars, phones, cables and motorcycle.
During the parade, the Deputy Commissioner of Police, DCP Hope Okafor, stated that the suspects will be charged to Court after the completion of the investigations by the Police.
She commended the residents of Osun for their support and always calling on the security agencies when there is a threat to peace and urged them to continue to do so while upholding the law and order in the State.
The Police Command also used the avenue to inform the public, whose properties were among the recovered exhibits, to come to the Police Headquarters with necessary documents to prove its ownership and collect it.

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